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Motivating Employee Volunteerism During Tough Economic Times
AngelPoints is pleased to spread the word about a very timely research project by LBG Associates and the LBG Research Institute, and invites your company to participate. This study is designed to help companies make crucial decisions to bring their volunteer programs more in line with today’s economic realities -- and employees’ needs and desires -- by answering the following questions:
- Are employees more driven to volunteer during this recession, or are they so depressed that they are in a state of inertia?
- Are employees not using workday-based programs, such as skills-based, pro bono, or paid time off, for fear of losing their jobs?
- How are companies successfully motivating employees to volunteer during these tough times?
How can you help? Click here for details on how to participate in the study. Participation involves answering a short online survey and providing access to employees for their input.
See You at the National Conference on Volunteering and Service
To all of you who are attending the National Conference on Volunteering and Service in San Francisco this week, welcome to our neighborhood. We look forward to an fantastic week of presentations and opportunities to meet with you, including our client gathering on Tuesday evening. We'd also like to wish good luck to all of our clients who will be presenting at the conference, and provide a special thank you to Anna Hennes of Cerner, who will be presenting about AngelPoints in the Technology for Managing Corporate Volunteer Programs panel on Tuesday morning.
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